The Kennedy half dollar is one of the most popular modern American coins, it is also the largest coin in general circulation. It was first struck in 1964 to commemorate the assignation of President Kennedy in 1963. They are still struck today but they are no longer really in everyday usage, they are struck for collectors. Here we offer the 2005 issue in Proof. Kennedy half dollars are very collectable and you should add one or more to your collection.
The Kennedy Half Dollar was issued for the first time in 1964, just after the 22nd of November 1963, the date of his assassination. They still make these coins today, but not usually for circulation. If you are missing any of these dates, now is your chance to add them to your collection. This one is from 2006 and it's in Proof condition.
We have just had in a fantastic group of the United States Silver Eagles in Proof condition. Remember that the £5 coins the Royal Mint issues contain about 3/4 of an ounce of pure silver and cost £80-£88 each, these Silver Eagles contain a full ounce of pure silver and are a much better value. Each Silver Eagle comes in the US Government blue card box, inside is a plush blue case with an American Bald Eagle on the cover. The coin is struck in choice Proof condition with gleaming surfaces and a matt Liberty walking. There is also a certificate of authenticity from the United States Mint. Dated 2006 and comes in a handsome display case in choice Proof condition. It has been some time since we were last able to offer these beautiful coins.
In 2000 the United States Mint issued a new dollar coin: this one depicted a young native American Shoshone woman, Sacagawea carrying her infant Jean Baptiste. This design was only used from 2000-2008 and after that they changed the reverse design every year. All the Sacagawea Dollars are struck in Proof golden coloured metal. They were still trying to find a substitute for the dollar bill. I think these coins are fantastic in Proof condition, unfortunately in Uncirculated they are just coins. Supplies are limited. This product is the 2007 issue of this fabulous dollar coin in proof condition.
We have searched the inventory and found another 3 dates of Kennedy Half Dollars in Proof condition. Here we offer the 2009 Kennedy Half Dollar Proof. These are some of the last coins we have in stock. We will try and find more, but for now, this is it... A beautiful coin being struck today for collectors rather than to be used in daily usage. Still priced at very reasonable levels, which most modern American coins are. Supplies are very limited.
In 2000 the United States Mint issued a new dollar coin: this one depicted a young native American Shoshone woman, Sacagawea carrying her infant Jean Baptiste. This design was only used from 2000-2008 and after that they changed the reverse design every year. All the Sacagawea Dollars are struck in Proof golden coloured metal. They were still trying to find a substitute for the dollar bill. I think these coins are fantastic in Proof condition, unfortunately in Uncirculated they are just coins. Supplies are limited. This product is the 2009 issue of this fabulous dollar coin in proof condition.
It appears that as the newer Silver Eagles come out, the older pieces become more expensive. At least that seems to be what our supplier seems to be asking. So when these 2011 American Silver Eagles came in we were delighted. They have a nominal face value of just One Dollar, they contain one ounce of pure silver and are in Choice Brilliant Uncirculated condition. The quality is about as nice as you can get and they are one of the most beautiful modern coins that American makes. We only have 100 pieces, so while they last the price is very attractive. Get them while you can.
We have just received our first allocation of the United States Silver Eagles for 2020. We understand that next year they are going to change the design they have used since 1986. So if you have been collecting this series you will definitely want to own one or more of this 2020 Silver Eagle. It is a beautiful coin, it comes in Choice Brilliant Uncirculated condition and contains one ounce of pure silver. The silver price of late has been creeping up, so our next price just might have to be higher. Get what we believe will be the last year of this important design. If you have started this collection, it is time to add to it or complete it.
This crownsized medal was struck to honour American Veterans. The planchet is made to look like it is multi sided but in fact it is round. On one side you have a soldier in full gear kneeling holding a rifle the background is silver plated and the American flag is in red, white and blue. It reads ‘This We’ll Defend * Duty Honor Country’. The reverse shows the American coat of arms and the background is in green and black and it states ‘U.S. Army Veteran Proudly Served’. It is in Proof condition in a protective capsule. Our stock is limited and they should sell quickly. So please get in a soon as possible to insure you get one.
Charles Barber was the Chief Engraver at the Philadelphia Mint in the United States. But he was also British and most collectors don’t know that. He designed many coins from the Dime (10c) to the Half Dollar. His coins circulated from 1892 to 1916, when the designs were replaced with others. We have always found that the smallest denomination, the Dime or 10 Cents is difficult to get hold of. The coins have the bust of Liberty on one side and the denomination on the other side. They are struck in 900 fine Silver and the coins on offer are in Very Good condition, especially considering that they are over 100 years old. If you have bought the other denominations, you will certainly want to add this denomination to your collection, but supplies are limited.
US Buffalo Nickel, 1913. In circulated condition. First struck in 1913 and now 104 years old, this popular design was part of an attempt to make the US coinage more attractive. This five Cent coin features the head of a Native Indian on one side and an American Bison on the reverse. They quickly proved popular with the American public and despite concerns about how quickly the coins became worn in circulation, continued to be minted until 1938 when they were replaced by the Jefferson Nickel. All coins have a full date. Most coins are dated in the 1930’s. Dates of our choice.
The Halfpennies of King George II and George III were heavily counterfeited at the time, because of a shortage of small change. Many of these underweight pieces were circulated in the American Colonies. There was a great shortage of coins there and any coin was better than none. The American dealers have been promoting these coins for some time. we have been putting them away for the last couple of years and we are now ready to offer them for sale, at what we think are much more realistic prices. Most of the coins are King George III but there are some King George II as well. All are counterfeit copper Halfpennies with the bust of the Monarch on one side and a seated figure of Britannia on the other side. Monarch as well as date are as they come, but we can offer them in very well worn. These were actually struck to look like used coins. In America they sell them for some incredible prices, we think our price is much more realistic. The more you order the more different dates and types we will try and give you, but supplies are limited. Please no dealer orders from the States at these prices.
We bought a large group of the United States State Quarters in Proof condition. Each set contains five different US quarters representing five different States. The only problem is that they were not packed carefully enough, so that some of the cases cracked or broke in shipping. The coins are nice proofs, it is just the plastic case that did not make it totally intact. We are offering sets, dates of our choice, but the more you order the more different dates we will try and give you. United States set of five different State quarters in Proof condition at much less than our normal price. But quantities are limited and the coins are nice, it is only the case that has problems.
This handsome crownsized piece was made to honour the Detroit, Michigan Police Department in the United States. You have the Detroit Police Department logo on one side in green, red, white and blue on a silver coloured background on one side. The other side has Saint Michael the patron saint of law enforcement standing proud. Crownsized, Proof condition and in a protective capsule. Detroit is known as the motor city so this piece has a car on it. I respect the Police, in most countries, and feel that this is rather important in many ways.
In June 2018 President of the United States Donald Trump met the Leader of North Korea in a historic first. The meeting took place in Singapore and it was the first time that leaders of these two nations ever met. This is an incredible piece to honour this historic event. On the obverse, the two leaders are facing each other, curiously the lettering reads "Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un," a title not typically acknowledged by the United States. On the reverse, there are two hands being shaken under the symbols of the two countries. It is crownsized silver coloured and enamelled on both sides with green, red, white and blue. It is one of the most ornate and attractive pieces that we have seen.
This challenge piece says it all. You have a snake from the Colonial period and the legend ‘Don’t Tread on Me’. The other side has the famous Liberty Bell, made in England, shipped to America and then cracked while striking. Today it is in Philadelphia and one of the most important symbols of American freedom. It is enamelled on one side with the American flag in red, white and blue plus green for the pleasant land. The reverse has the Liberty bell in copper colour with a black outline around it. We are offering these at a special price, as we think that they are important. Each comes in a protective capsule and it is one that you will like…
This is a fantastic collection if you like to play poker or if you know someone that does. Issued by Bond Gaming International also known as Collectibles Mania. You get 12 dollar-sized full-colour poker chips, each with the photograph of a well known American poker player. You have Daniel Negreanu, Antonio Esfandiari, T J Coultier, Scotty Nguyen and eight others. The chips come in a full-colour album, which holds and displays them. It comes with a signed certificate and that certificate has a hologram on it to authenticate the Poker Chips. The original price for this collection was I understand £24.95 which works out to about £2 each a chip. While our supplies last you can own the complete collection of 12 dollar-sized full-colour gambling chips in a presentation folder for just £9.95 that saves you £15.00 and brings your cost down to about 83p each. What a great gift this collection will make for a poker player you know...
Harry S. Truman Set of 8 dollars milled edge. Let’s start off by saying these President Harry S. Truman ‘Dollars’ were made by ICB and have nothing to do with the United States Government and they have no face value. Perhaps they will make people in the States think, but they are a private issue. Harry S. Truman was the 33rd President of the United States, he took over when Franklin D. Roosevelt died in office. He was responsible for the end of World War II. Europe was capitulating when he took office, but the Far East had a long way to go. He dropped the Atom bombs on Japan, to save hundreds of thousands of lives that would have been lost invading Japan. He set up the Marshall Plan to help rebuild Western Europe, he broke down the racial barriers in the military and in the government. When he left office he refused to go on any corporate payroll, despite not having a Presidential pension. These pattern ‘Dollars’ show Truman on one side with the date 1973 and the Number of each piece out of a total of 50 made is etched into the coin. The reverse shows the White House with the Truman balcony and the American Bald Eagle with a ‘1’. Only 50 were struck with the plain edge and 50 with the milled edge, We are offering both types. There are 8 pieces in each set, Sterling Silver, Goldine, Bronze, Aluminium, Pewter, Cupronickel, Copper and Steel. I bought most of the mintage, all 8 pieces are etched with your unique matching number, out of the total mintage of just 50 sets. They are full crownsized and in Proof condition.
This coin was issued in America from 1864-1909, the coins on offer are all the later dates and in Very Good condition. This coin was replaced by the Lincoln cent in 1909. Dates will be of our choice, but there are no rare dates represented.
This full crownsized challenge piece honours the K9 Corps or dogs who have helped the police and armed forces. .On one side you have a dog in black, blue and gold with the legend ‘Loyalty, Honor, Courage and Strength’. The reverse has a dog’s paw in red, white and blue. ‘Guardians of the night, protector of law enforcement’.
The explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark decided to explore and map parts of America in 1804-6. They met the Lemhi Shoshone woman known as Sacagawea, who even though she had just had a child, agreed to help them. At one point a boat capsized and the journals and records fell into the water. It was Sacagawea who rescued these documents. The island nation of Fiji issued a commemorative Dollar to honour the trio in 2015. It has the 3 standing together and the reverse has the coat of arms of Fiji. It is gold plated copper and in choice Proof condition. The United States also issued a small sized dollar coin, but just to honour the Indian maiden Sacagawea. This is also struck in a yellow metal and in Proof condition. We are offering the Fiji and the American proof dollars as a pair, as it seems best that way. So you get the Proof dollar from Fiji and the proof dollar from the United States.
This challenge coin is for the Los Angeles Police Department. You have a Police badge on one side with an American flag in red, white and blue behind it. The other side has Saint Michael the patron saint of law enforcement. It is full crownsized and coloured on one side. We were only allowed to buy 100 pieces and once they are gone…
US Mercury Silver Dime 1940-1945. We have just bought a hoard of United States Silver Mercury Dimes or 10 Cent pieces all dated 1940-1945. They are struck in 900 fine Silver and in Fine or better condition. The dealer selected them from lots that came in over the years. These World War II silver coins are one of the most beautiful coins that America has ever issued. They are nicer than usual and we have most dates and mint marks in stock, so the more you order the more different coins we will be able to give you. You are getting a chance on this fabulous hoard.